The 2,000+ acre Corbin Hall Farm is located in the northwest section of Middlesex County near the small waterfront community of Water View. The immediate area is primarily a farming community that produces soybeans, wheat and corn. The Town of Urbanna is located about ten miles to the southeast. The property is a working farm that has approximately 1,500 acres of highly productive cropland; 250 acres of pastureland; and 293 acres of woodland, marshland, ponds, and homesites. Boundary lines form a natural peninsula with the Rappahannock River to the east, LaGrange Creek to the west, and Weekes Creek to the north. Collectively, the property has approximately seven miles of frontage on these three bodies of water. There are a variety of farm-related outbuildings such as barns, sheds, silos, and metal grain bins. A new grain elevator has been constructed and riprap has been added along bulkheads.
The Manor House
This two-story masonry dwelling with a full basement was constructed in 1971. Features include a living room with a fireplace; a dining room with a chandelier, wallpaper, and chair rail; a den with black walnut paneling, peg floors, a ceiling fan, and a fireplace with gas logs and glass doors; a study; a master bedroom with double walk-in closets and a dressing area with a vanity and mirror; a full bath with a vanity sink, a whirlpool tub, a shower unit with glass doors, and a separate commode room; and a large eat-in kitchen with tile flooring, wallpaper, chair rail, wood wall and base cabinets, a ceramic top stove, a double stainless steel sink, a refrigerator, a dishwasher, and French doors leading to a rear stoop.
The dwelling has a gross floor area of approximately 1,442 square feet. The floor plan provides for a living room/dining room combination, a kitchen, three bedrooms, and three full bathrooms. A new ceiling was recently installed in the living room/dining room combination.
One-Room Guest Cottage
Located behind the River Cottage, this one-story, one-room frame guest house measures 14′ x 20′ and has a front screened porch.
One-Story Tenant House
This one-story frame dwelling has a metal roof, some vinyl siding, some replacement windows, and a 7′ x 20.5′ covered front porch.
Cape Cod Style Tenant House
This dwelling has a full basement, a composition shingle roof, replacement windows, gutters and downspouts, a screened porch, and a small rear porch.
The property is a working farm that has approximately 1,500 acres of highly productive cropland; 250 acres of pastureland; and 293 acres of woodland, marshland, ponds, and homesites. Collectively, the property has approximately seven miles of frontage on these three bodies of water. There are a variety of farm-related outbuildings such as barns, sheds, silos, and metal grain bins. A new grain elevator has been contructed and riprap has been added along bulkheads.
Middlesex County is located in southeastern Virginia on the Middle Peninsula. It is bounded on the north by the Rappahannock River, on the south by the Piankatank River, and on the east by the Chesapeake Bay. Middlesex County is approximately 60 miles east of Richmond, the state capital; 74 miles north of the Port of Hampton Roads; and 125 miles southeast of Washington, D.C., the nation’s capital.
Call Rick Walden at – Cell: (877) 646-8800